The Mobile Legends Professional League Philippines season 6 has been going on for a while now, and as we approach the end of the tournament, the competition is getting more intense. In week 7 of the tournament, several teams stood out with impressive performances that shook the standings.
First up, we have Bren Esports who are currently on top of the leaderboard with 17 points. Bren Esports managed to win three matches in week 7, making it an impressive total of 11 matches won so far in the tournament. They are a force to be reckoned with and it seems like the other teams will have to put in a lot of effort to take them down.
On the other hand, Nexplay Solid suffered a setback in their week 7 matches, which saw them lose two out of three matches. This puts them further down the leaderboard with only 10 points compared to their competitors. Nexplay Solid still has a chance to make a comeback, but they will need to show better performances in the upcoming weeks.
Also notable from the week 7 standings is Execration, who made an impressive comeback with two wins out of two matches. Execration has been inconsistent in the league so far, but their recent performances show that they can still turn the tide in their favor.
Another team that stood out in week 7 is Work Auster Force, who won two matches and took a loss in their third match. Work Auster Force’s performance in the tournament has been solid and they could be a potential threat to Bren Esports’ leadership in the league.
Last but not least, Omega Esports had a mixed week 7, winning one match and losing another. Omega Esports has been competitive in the league so far but will have to step up their game if they want to make it to the top and challenge Bren Esports.
Overall, the competition in the MPL PH season 6 is getting more exciting with every passing week. With Bren Esports currently dominating the standings, it will be interesting to see if any team can catch up and knock them off the top. With only a few weeks left, we can expect a lot of drama and impressive performances from all competing teams.